(氣功). A traditional complex of Chinese health techniques ranging from physical exercises and martial arts to meditation and based on mobilizing the breath energy, qi (氣). China had thousands of small or large movements teaching qi gong, and they were not only tolerated but encouraged by the CCP until 1999, when the clash between the regime and Falun Gong made the Party suspicious of qi gong in general.
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